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  1. #26
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    I bought an M Series FUCK YOU SPAMMERS light in Gear Swap.

    /my work here is done

  2. #27
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    Smile

    I'm using Fenix flashlight and Streamlight small flashlight, both are working Excellent.

  3. #28
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    Fleshlights seem to bring out the spamming robots.

    PS. Splat has powers to edit anyone’s posts?
    I’ve just decided to be a middle aged somewhat depressed somewhat anxious fucktard until the end.

  4. #29
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    Coast makes some good headlamps. White, red, and green lamps for following a blood trail.

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    I bought this Inova mid size light a few years back and LOVE IT for flashlight oriented use cases. It's got both white/red light, is rechargeable and the charge lasts for a long time. the red is very bright and extremely useful for walking around the neighborhood at night. it's probably too large for daily carry in a pocket tho.

    https://www.niteize.com/product/INOV...Flashlight.asp

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    As per my personal Experience PeakPlus Flashlight work best for me

  7. #32
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    BD has some good lights and headlamps

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    If you're looking for very high power, get a Thrunite TH30. Way better and cheaper than the comparable-brightness Petzl or BD offerings.

  9. #34
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    I have several BD headlamps fail or be too complicated to use. I'm happier with Petzl. Never tried thrunite. Next time.

  10. #35
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    Tried bunch from BD, Peztel, and many others.

    Zebralights championed the headlamps. 18650 batteries lasts FOREVER along it can rotate 360 deg which is very useful to hit the right angle for whatever acivity you are doing!

  11. #36
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    Petzl Bindi is the best for a very lightweight headlamp, but not very bright. Perfect for backpacking. BD Storm is great for everyday use.

  12. #37
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    Zebralight 18650 goes up to 1000 lumens and has great battery management.
    Very light too.

    I skied a steep couloir a week ago using it, perfect

    Sent from my moto g 5G using Tapatalk

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    I picked up a Sofirn SP40 to use for after hour hiking up/skiing down. Its pretty bright and can be used as a headlamp (little heavy). They are on sale at amazon with promo code 15TJDDIT. Very well built and you can also buy direct from Sofirn if you're not in a hurry.

  14. #39
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    Got a Nitecore HC33 I like. Nitecore has bigger heat syncs than most.

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    On the Nitecore tip, I've got an NU25 that I absolutely love. Its tiny, mega ultralight, plenty bright enough for night hiking/touring too

  16. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perlhammered View Post
    On the Nitecore tip, I've got an NU25 that I absolutely love. Its tiny, mega ultralight, plenty bright enough for night hiking/touring too
    They are indeed pretty great. I've used mine for light downhill as well as skinning and it's fine.

    For serious or longer duration running or skiing, the Zebralight is fantastic.
    ride bikes, climb, ski, travel, cook, work to fund former, repeat.

  17. #42
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    If we're talking Nitecore, on paper I have yet to find a better headlamp for night skinning/skiing than their HC68 but I haven't pulled the trigger and field tested one yet.

    95% certain though that their $30 cold resistant 18650 is actually just a $10 button-top Molicel M35A.

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